Andrew of GY6 takes a look at DRT’s frangible ammunition in .308 Winchester. The bullet has some interesting results. He shoots some paper to check for groups then he shoots a pork shoulder with a piece of ballistics gelatin behind it. If you are squeamish about blown up pork meat then you may want to scrub past that section. Then Andrew tests how well this ammo performs after going through hard cover like a concrete brick before going into ballistics gelatin. If you watch the slow motion you can see a piece of jacket manages to over penetrate the gelatin. I circled the piece of jacket in the screen cap below. Now he is reusing the same gelatin block from his first test fire so it may have been somewhat compromised. You can see the fragments of the first shot at the other end of the gelatin block right below the blue circle.